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The University of Indianapolis Greyhounds football scouting report

2010 Record: 3-4 Overall, 2-4 GLIAC

2009 Record: 4-7 Overall, 3-7 GLIAC

Last game: L 24-20 at Saginaw Valley

Players to watch: UIndy: freshman Chris Mills QB, junior Paul Corsaro QB/FS, sophomore Joumeel McLaurine RB, sophomore Max Davis LB NMU: junior John Privitelli RB, sophomore Jace Daniels LT, senior DJ Oke CB, senior Eric Wells DE

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Key matchup: NMU running backs vs UIndy run defense. NMU found the running attack last week as Privitelli and Brennan Van Effen got some good running lanes from a strong game by the offensive line. However, UIndy has been wildly inconsistent in rushing defense, as they give up 116.1 ypg in wins, but over 215 ypg in losses.

Key stat: The Greyhounds have to travel 586 miles between two days to travel to the Superior Dome. Three of UIndy’s four losses have been by four points or less.

Prediction: NMU is still rebounding from a tough road trip and the Greyhounds are a stronger dog than Ferris State. NMU’s kicking game and defensive depth should give the Wildcats the advantage as UIndy loses another heartbreaker.

NMU 23 UIndy 20

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